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If you read the article on how to decorate for Halloween on a budget, and saw how to make a ghost but need some more instruction - then you are in the right place. Here are step-by-step directions on how to make a fabric ghost for Halloween: 1-To make a fabric ghost you will need scissors, a piece of white fabric, a ribbon, a permanent marker of your choice, and two plastic shopping bags. 2- Cut the fabric into a square. This one is about 12 x 12 inches. 3- Bunch up the two plastic bags into a ball, as seen in the picture above. Place the ball into the center of the square. 4- Grab the fabric below the plastic bag ball and hold firmly with hand. 5- Tie a ribbon of your choosing into a bow underneath the head of the ghost, or plastic bag ball to secure the head into place. 6- Grab your markers and draw a face on your ghost. And voila! You have yourself a ghost! You can also poke a paper clip through the top of the ghost's head and use it as a hook to hang it from the ceiling with a ribbon or fishing line.

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